Tag Archives: King Charles II

The Household Cavalry

The Household Cavalry has been guarding the Kings and Queens of England since the 17th Century. Join me for a visit. Continue reading

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Battle of Worcester Society

I had the pleasure of speaking before the Battle of Worcester Society about a 17th Century highwayman turned political prisoner Continue reading

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A moment in time: Scotland declares for Charles II

On this day, February 5, 1649, the Scottish Parliament proclaimed Charles II as King. Continue reading

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The Battle of Upton

The Battle of Upton-Upon-Severn was the prelude to the Battle of Worcester Continue reading

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Battle Scenes

There’s nothing quite like a thrilling battle scene. Continue reading

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Finding the Fugitive King a Ship (Finale)

Where Charles II finally finds a ship to complete his six week Odyssey. Continue reading

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Looking for Me?

Today, I’m a guest of English Historical Fiction Authors. You can read about the history of infamous 17th Century highwayman, Captain Hind, in a new blog post titled The Royalist Highwayman. ComeĀ on over for a visit.

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